The History of Medieval Europe - 13th century

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Last updated: March 18, 2020
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1204 - This Chrisitan city is sacked during the Fourth Crusade
Constantinople
1208 - This Crusade is initiated to eliminated the Cathar heresy
Albigensian
1210 - The study of this philosopher's work is forbidden at the University of Paris
Aristotle
1212 - This victory is a turning point of the Spanish Reconquista
Las Navas de Tolosa
1215 - King John of England agrees to this charter to appease his rebellious barons
Magna carta
1221 - Death of this founder of a mendicant order
Saint Dominic
1226 - Death of this founder of another great mendicant order
Saint Francis
1228 - These knights of a military order are called to conquer Eastern Prussia
Teutonic knights
1241 - This Asian people defeats Hungary at the battle of Mohi
Mongol
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1258 - These constitutional reforms may be considered as the first English constitution
Provisions of Oxford
1258 - A Mongol army besieges and captures this city, ending the Abbasid Dynasty
Baghdad
1265 - This Dominican friar begins writing his Summa theologiae
Aquinas
1271 - This famous Venitian traveller begins his journey
Marco Polo
1273 - This King of Germany puts an end to the interregnum of the Holy Roman Empire
Rudolf of Habsburg
1282 - Bloody rebellion against the rule of the French-born king Charles I in Sicily
Sicilian Vespers
1291 - The fall of this city marks the end of further crusades to the Levant
Acre
1291 - The Swiss Cantons of Uri, Schwytz and Unterwald sign this document
Federal Charter
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Level 85
Nov 8, 2019
Please accept variations on Saints Dominic and Francis. I tried St Francis, Francis, Francis of Assisi and St Dominic and Dominic before giving up. Also, Christian is misspelled in the first clue. Good quiz otherwise.
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Level 62
Oct 7, 2020
Can you please accept 'Thomas Aquinas' as well as just 'Aquinas'?